Less than a month ago, iconic Mexican singer Juan Gabriel died. Many people, including actress Zoe Saldana, have paid their respects to the 66-year-old in very unique ways. 

Now, A 16-year-old may have topped them all with his ice skating tribute to 'el Divo.'

Donovan Carrillo, a junior figure skater from Mexico, stole the show at the 2016 International Skating Union Junior Grand Prix competition in Japan.

Donovan Carrillo
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Carrillo did so well that he qualified for the World Junior Figure Skating Championship.

He even reached his best score to date: 102.04.

However, his decision to select Gabriel's "Hasta Que te Conocí" for the routine has really won people over. The young skater beautifully embodied Juanga's spirit.

His performance has racked up over 1 million views so far.

Of course, trolls tried to ruin his magical moment by writing homophobic slurs. Carrillo shut them down.

"It doesn't bother me that people call me gay because I'm not," Carrillo tweeted. "It infuriates me that people see the word 'gay' as a joke or an insult toward my hard work. The fact that I'm an ice skater does not mean that I'm gay. Just like a soccer player isn't automatically heterosexual."

Now, that's how you shut down a hater!

Best of all, he chose this song because it's one of his mom's favorites.

Keep doing you boo. Juanga would be proud.

Watch Donovan Carrillo's breathtaking performance below: